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The 25 Most Imaginary College Basketball Programs in Basketball History

Throughout college basketball’s history, a few incidents have occurred that have damaged the reputation of certain universities.
This harm might have been caused by a single coach, or the school might have developed a bad reputation as a result of persistent infractions.
Whatever the case, supporters all around the nation were left with a bad taste in their mouths after the following 25 schools went through some hardships.

The Wildcats’ lone significant infraction occurred in 1971, following a season in which they advanced to the national championship.

The Wildcats, led by Howard Porter, made it through the tournament but were unable to defeat UCLA while they were the top team in the country. Porter retained his title of tournament MOP.

But halfway through his senior season, Porter signed a professional contract with the Pittsburgh Condors of the ABA, it was revealed after the season.

Before traveling to Athens, he turned around programs at Pepperdine, UCLA, and Rhode Island.

Jim Harrick Jr., the son of Harrick, served as his father’s assistant in Athens and instructed a basketball strategy class.

Later, it came to light that despite their absence from the class, his players received excellent grades and credit for it.

The jobs of both Harricks were lost.

Memphis would have won the school’s first (and only) national championship if they had made their free throws in the closing seconds of the 2008 National Championship game.

I’m sure the NCAA is quietly relieved that they didn’t.

Few schools have ever had to give up a national runner-up position, and no school has ever had a national championship taken away from them.

It was discovered that, after failing to receive a qualifying score, the unnamed player hired someone to take the SAT on his behalf. The player is thought to be Derek Rose, a former point guard, according to numerous rumors.

The following season was when the allegations were revealed.

After Rose departed for the NBA, John Calipari relocated to Kentucky.

This was Calipari’s second time leaving a


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